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MORSE at Warwick vs Actuarial Science at LSE

I've been debating actuarial science vs MORSE for a while and in LSE there's the advantage of a sandwich year in industry and the connections you get from living in London. I've heard that the MORSE course is renowned by employers and is vert well known in case I decide to not go into actuarial science then there's plenty of options. Which course would you guys suggest?
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Original post by idontevenknow26
I've been debating actuarial science vs MORSE for a while and in LSE there's the advantage of a sandwich year in industry and the connections you get from living in London. I've heard that the MORSE course is renowned by employers and is vert well known in case I decide to not go into actuarial science then there's plenty of options. Which course would you guys suggest?


I wouldn't worry about jobs too much as both will put you in very good stead to get a great job, and I can't think of any jobs that you would be excluded from by picking one or the other. At most, the job requirement will be a min 2:1 in a numerical/technical subject, which both are.

LSE has a slightly higher reputation as a uni, but Warwick's maths courses have a higher reputation than anything LSE can offer in that department. London is a great city, but Warwick is a great campus. Maybe you need to decide on that if you really can't decide what course/modules you would prefer.
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